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Addiction to Ambien
USA Pain Pharma Company Ambien is in a class of drugs known as sedative-hypnotics. Ambien works by activating the neurotransmitter, GABA, which slows down the brain and the central nervous system. Ambien is used to treat insomnia but is only intended for short-term use. There are two forms of Ambien, a quick release form that is helpful for initiating sleep and an extended release form that is helpful for maintaining sleep.
This non-benzodiazepine “z-drug” was designed to have the same medical effectiveness as benzodiazepines like Xanax without the same hazardous and habit-forming properties those drugs are known for. The makers of Ambien designed and marketed the drug as a less addictive alternative to benzos for people with acute insomnia. However, while it generally takes users longer to develop an addiction to Ambien than to Benzos and withdrawal from Ambien is generally less severe and dangerous than Benzo withdrawal, Ambien is still an addictive substance. In fact, it is now recognized that Ambien has a very similar potential for abuse as Benzos.
What Is Ambien (Zolpidem)?
Ambien is the brand name of zolpidem. Due to a pervasive advertising campaign, the drug’s properties as a sleep aid are widely known, and even notorious, in popular culture. It is primarily prescribed as a temporary treatment for insomnia. Ambien is taken by mouth as a small, oblong tablet or as an extended-release tablet. Some people may crush up the pills and snort them to get a stronger effect. Slang terms for Ambien include no-gos, zombie pills, sleepeasy, tic-tacs and A-minus.
Ambien Effects and Reasons for Abuse
Taking Ambien without a prescription or in any way not directed by a doctor is abuse. Even taking an extra pill for a little help sleeping is considered abuse. Once someone builds a tolerance to Ambien, they need larger doses to fall asleep. This strengthens their dependence on the drug to sleep and causes many users to escalate their doses without medical guidance.
Ambien is meant to be taken immediately before bed, but some people have been known to take the drug hours before going to sleep. This leads to a euphoria that washes away insecurity and self-conscious behavior.
Common Drug Combinations
One of the most common substances used with Ambien is alcohol. Oftentimes when someone’s tolerance to Ambien builds, they need higher doses of the drug to fall asleep. Some people with an Ambien tolerance take alcohol with their pill to amplify the sedative effects of the drug. This is dangerous because both drugs depress the central nervous system.
Some people have also combined Ambien with benzos like Valium. This is especially dangerous because Ambien is very similar to benzos, and they are both central nervous system depressants. When the two are combined, the risk of respiratory failure and fatal overdose are dramatically increased. There is also a risk of damage to the heart, brain, and lungs.